Hi. Let me explain. First of all you pointed a good point that I didn't test. Braking. I will add a straight line braking test to the set. All the tests are done with keyboard controls in order to be repetitive. For maintaining steering angle I use full lock while lowering the steering lock range setting to minimum in order to minimize spins. Acceleration from zero in this case is done at a high gear ratio for the same reason. Different starting gears can be tested this way for different acceleration levels. Maintaining constant steering does not provoke a constant radius turn!!! You are very wrong in that. In fact I have plotted turning radius in the images above. I forgot to build the track layout using that stint in order to see the spiral pattern. Turning radius increases with speed. I disagree on your statement that the car has low power to compare acceleration as representative: It is the way to do it and not even the slightest difference has been seen. The conclusion is clear in terms of power they behave the same. Without having done the braking tests it is quite evident that the result will be the same. If you would prefer another car to test let me know.